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Damage from severe weather across Mahoning Valley

 Some severe thunderstorms moved through the valley Wednesday evening.
 
There are reports of trees down, hail and power outages.
 
The Niles Police Department has confirmed that tornado sirens went off shortly after 6 p.m. when rotation was seen on Robbins Avenue, near the Eastwood Mall. There was no damage from the incident.
 
Hundreds of people across the Mahoning Valley were without power early in the evening.

By 11:45 p.m., just over 50 customers were without power in Mahoning County, mainly in Youngstown. Electricity is expected to be restored by 2 a.m.

In Trumbull County, nearly 50 customers were in the dark. Power there is estimated to be back on by 12:30 a.m.

Earlier in the evening, hundreds of people were without power in Mahoning County and more than 150 didn't have electricity in Trumbull County.


 

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